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|Bullet Weight||35 Grain|
|Bullet Type||Jacketed Hollow-Point (JHP)|
|Ammo Caliber||.25 Auto (ACP)|
Released along with Fabrique National's M1905 semiautomatic handgun, the 25 ACP was fabricated to perform similarly to the 22 LR but utilized reliable centerfire primers. Although this small round was designed for early semi auto handguns, after its release, many revolvers were subsequently fitted for this round as well.
If you are looking for a round that is very concealable, and doesn't have much kick, the 25 ACP is for you. Fiocchi is Italy's oldest ammunition manufacturer and they are know for manufacturing high quality products. Nothing they do goes without thought, and these Fiocchi rounds feature Hornady's XTP bullets for great terminal performance.
These 35 grain XTP, or Extreme Terminal Performance, jacketed hollow point rounds are perfect for self defense applications. Loaded into boxer primed brass casings that are re-loadable, these JHP projectiles offer consistent expansion, penetration and weight retention. Pick up a couple 50 round boxes today!
After firing five rounds of Fiocchi 35 gr XTP from a Beretta 950BS Jetfire into synthetic ballistic gelatin from 10 feet away through four layers of fabric to simulate clothing, we then measured the expansion and penetration of the bullets for this .25 Auto (ACP) load, which you can see in the chart below.
The photos below provide a detailed view of the the expanded bullets that were recovered from the gelatin. The high speed video shows the first of our five shots as it entered the gel.
Finally, if you'd like to see how this Fiocchi load compares to other .25 Auto (ACP) loads, check out the diagrams at the bottom of the page. Want to know more about our ballistic gelatin testing and self-defense ammo? Check out Lucky Gunner Labs for more information.
|25 ACP - 35 Grain XTP JHP - Fiocchi - 50 Rounds|
|Bullet Depth (in.)||7.5||9.5||10.6||11.2||17.9|
|Expanded Diameter (in.)||0.25||0.25||0.26||0.32||0.33|
|Expanded Weight (gr.)||35||35||35||35||35|
|Bullet Velocity (fps)||872||925||957||984||994|
Noise maker or additional nostril punch, this stuff will cycle thru the guns & expand inside animal tissue.
Review by Satchmoeddie
There are 6 or 4 places I deal with online, but for strictly ammo, Lucky Gunner is one of three, and they are kind of tied for for first place! Best west of the Mississippi class. No jobbers out west! The Fiocchi ammo reminds me a lot of Horandy at a discounted price. I was shooting that weird Fiocchi in the late 1980s. It was cheap range ammo, and questionable hollow point ammo. No question, this ammo will expand when shot from a Baby Browning, 1903 Colt hammerless Vest Pocket, Galesi, Beretta Minx, 950, 21A, Phoenix Arms, Jennings Raven, Fabrique Nationale, & assorted European import mouse guns, long since banned by the 1968 Gun Control Act. Accuracy is, well, it's a pocket pistol. The Seecamps don't even have sights on 'em, so.... I have dispatched calves & deer that were struck by cars with a .25ACP. It barely does the job, but dead is still dead. 1 well placed shot, the deed is done, and the suffering has been mercifully stopped.
(Posted on 3/26/2018)
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Reliable ammo , luckygunner great as always
Review by DeeDee
I was concerned with reliability, because it hesitated manually cycling rounds. I was pleased to experience zero malfunctions in my Colt vest pocket. I always try to support luckygunner great service , great prices , and great content.
(Posted on 10/4/2017)
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HP not so good
Review by Samstar
I gave 4 stars for quality as I have shot other Fiocchi calibres and not had any issues. However, with the HP rds., of the box of 50 I experienced 4 failure to load. Never a problem with the 50gr. round nose but the HP gives me concern. These were fired with a Taurus PLY25. I also noted my Hornady 35 gr. HP had FTL problems as well. Maybe the firearm not the ammo. But I can't carry the HP in my .25 with the above problem. Thanks.
(Posted on 9/6/2016)
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